SOURCE: New York Times
For reasons likely including institiutionalized sexism, costumes have been a neglected part of the preservation of cinematic history. The new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures hopes to work with the late Debbie Reynolds's son to change that.
SOURCE: Los Angeles Times
Jacqueline Stewart, a prominent historian of African American cinema, will join the Academy Museum in preparation for its April opening. She discusses how the museum will tell the story of film making and moviegoing.
- Labor Law Is Stuck in 1947. It’s No Surprise Companies Keep Winning
- 2,500 Years Ago, the Philosopher Anaxagoras Brought Science’s Spirit to Athens
- ‘One Oppressive Economy Begets Another’
- Historians Say the Newark Museum’s Plan to Deaccession Art at Sotheby’s Will Inflict ‘Irreparable Damage’
- FBI Releases File On Suspicions Raised About Kurt Cobain’s 1994 Death